Icons trapped inside the magical material that forms transparent die so you can see a bard's musical instrument inside or your barbarian's axe
The Battle Box is a cleverly designed dice container that lets you sort, display and roll your die all in one.
What about 14 "parchment" scrolls, Aristotle de Laurent's hand-written journal, a "stone" tablet and an assortment of notes, letters and old photographs?
Round dice? Blaster Light has crossed the €300,000 in pledges mark as gamers are persuaded by their spherical dice.
Just when I thought I had seen every possible way to store dice. Petulant Pudgies has invented the Mimic Dice Holder Tree, and it looks amazing.
"Bloody dice!" you complain, "I'll punish you for always rolling to help the players!" and at which point you scoop up the d20 and swallow it down!
The dice are selling out, with two sets remaining, but they're absolutely at the high end of the market and cost more than $75 before shipping.
But these are exceptional times. I find myself looking for plant pots. Small ones. Planters. And I wonder if they also be dice, at least in appearance.
The eyeball suspended in the dice will always float around to look straight out. It's a freaky touch that feels appropriate to many RPGs!
Dicey Kickstarter surges past $1m in funds, Doctor Who RPG renewed, and Jasper's Game Day kicks off with a huge charity bundle. It's this week's RPG news!